As pioneers in ceramic technology, the patented nano-ceramic line by Huper Optik is one of the top performers in the tinting industry. Their patents provide them with exclusive access to the top grade ceramic available on the market, resulting in an atomic-fine, high-performance, durable film which is 100% metal-free and dye free. The ceramic material is guaranteed not to discolor in its lifetime, and continues to stun consumers with its stellar specs. See what some Huper Optik ceramic reviewers have to say:

User Tadashi from Fort Hood, TX – Source

“I just got my Huber Optik ceramic 30 tint and I can already tell the difference. Today was the 2nd day for the temp to spike to 100 deg and I only needed the A/C on low instead of the normal middle setting.”

User Mrblaise from Southern California – Source

“I had to drive from Downtown Los Angeles to Lancaster today. the temperatures were almost unbearable. On the way to Lancaster, the outside temperature actually hit 110 degrees at one point. Inside my car, it was a different story. The ceramic Huper Optik tinting I had done a few weeks ago worked great at keeping the suns rays from heating up the car. When I finished with my business in Lancaster, the outside temperature gauge said 113 degrees, yet my car was cool inside. I highly recommend this tint to anyone who lives in a hot climate.”

User Ricochet2U from Denver, CO – Source

“I went with Huper Optik Ceramic 40 and I love it!! I even have tinted front windshield with Huper Optik clear tint.”

These reviewers join a long roster of happy Huper Optik enthusiasts, and the positive customer feedback is what has made Huper Optik ceramic one of our most recommended and applied products here at WindowTintz. Check out the table of performance specs below to see just how much solar protection you can achieve with the ceramic line!

Huper Optik Ceramic Tint Specs
Huper Optik Ceramic Tint Specs

VLT – Visible Light Transmission
IR Rej – Infrared Rejection
VLR – Visible Light Reflection
UV Rej – Ultraviolet Rejection
SC – Shading Coefficient
TSER – Total Solar Energy Rejected
SHGC – Solar Heat Gain Coefficient
Glare Red – Glare Reduction